@ChrisSvorcik Hi, I think that new swat is really cool, @TarantulaFX's system is for explosive traders, 15 min swat is something in the middle and 4h swat is for people who don't have so much time.@EliteCurrensea is great for different psychological profiles. On many green pips!— Marko Trpin (@TrpoFX) April 14, 2018
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Award-Winning Trading by Nenad
Riding Waves Effortlessly with Chris’ SWAT
The ecs.LIVE service is mostly focused on the Forex market. We do offer some analysis on Gold, stock indices, and oil as well.
The average number of setups in one trading week (Monday morning GMT to Friday evening GMT) averages around 12 to 14. The actual number of setups can vary from week to week and be above or below this average.
The trade setups are most often based on the 1 hour and 4 hour time frames using the ecs.CAMMACD and ecs.SWAT systems & tools.
The trade setups are usually market orders as both Nenad and Chris prefer to take into account current price action for their decisions.
Most setups occur anytime between 4am GMT and 10pm GMT each trading day. The most activity is often during London and New York sessions.
Our main goal is that traders become independent and profitable traders in the long-term. As most traders struggle to reach their targets, ecs.LIVE is meant as a bridge to narrow the gap between theory and practice. We do that by showing how we tackle the markets via daily analysis, webinars, trade setups, and regular education.
The idea length that traders join ecs.LIVE depends on your experience level:
The results of ecs.LIVE vary from week to week and month to month, like all traders should experience. That said, the long-term averages offer us consistent gains.
Here are the total results since we started ecs.LIVE back in October 2017 up to June 7, 2019.
The results that you can expect are unknown. First of all, the results achieved in the past do not give any guarantee about the future results. Second of all, it depends on which trade setups you manage to trade, which ones you miss, which traders you trade yourself etc. Thirdly, risk management is critical and key for any trader. Anyone who does not control their risk will never be able to make profits in the long run. Fourthly, it depends on your experience and how comfortable you feel when trading from a trading psychology point of view.
The best approach for traders is to use ecs.LIVE as a source of education, learning, trade inspiration, and a practical connection from theory to practice. Also, you can discover the various ecs.CAMMACD systems and the ecs.SWAT method so that you can perhaps discover which style suits you most.